After much discussion, the UM Today editorial team chose 10 research highlights as a representative sample from 2017. Dr. Meghan Azad is honored to have 2 of her projects featured on this list.
ASTHMA RISK LOWER WITH DIRECT BREASTFEEDING
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS LINKED TO RISK OF LONG-TERM WEIGHT GAIN, HEART DISEASE AND OTHER HEALTH ISSUES
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Dr. Meghan Azad's article "Nonnutritive sweeteners and cardiometabolic health: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trails and prospective cohort studies" has been featured in the Altmetric Top 100 2017. This distinction is based on the research being one of the most widely discussed and shared academic papers this year, and receiving a significant amount of online attention. CLICK HERE to view the article.
Dr. Azad and Dr. Pitt had their research on breastfeeding and peanut sensitization highlighted in a blog post by Food Allergy Canada on December 8, 2017
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